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    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...t-for-the-year


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    Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger (elbow) out for the year







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    • By Around The NFL staff NFL.com
    • Published: Sept. 16, 2019 at 11:51 a.m.
    • Updated: Sept. 16, 2019 at 12:17 p.m.





    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will be out for the season, the team announced Monday.
    "Roethlisberger had an MRI on his right elbow Sunday evening and it was determined by the Steelers' medical team that surgery will be required, coach Mike Tomlin said in a statement. "We expect the surgery will be scheduled for this week. He will be placed on our Reserve/Injured List and is out for the season."

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    Mason Rudolph played very well in his absence, leading his team downfield multiple times and throwing 2 touchdown passes in the 4th quarter. He is the Steelers' quarterback of the future. Might they consider trading Ben to a team next year that feels they're a "quarterback away"?

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    Last snap ever?

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    Last snap ever?
    Not impossible he could pull a Luck, he's been slowly disintegrating it seems for years (injured every season) and he's 37.

    If Rudolph does cement the Steelers' QB role this year, some team that misses out on Tua or Herbert or maybe Fromm could come calling. I don't think Ben is the type that would ever acquiesce to being a backup, though. He'd simply retire, like Romo after the Cowboys refused to trade him or trade Dak.

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    He’ll come back. If anything taking a full year off will extend his career. There’s not a question in my mind that Brady having a full season in the middle of his career where he was basically out the whole year prolonged his career.

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    This was basically a retooling year anyway. Let's see what Rudolph can do.

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    He’ll come back. If anything taking a full year off will extend his career. There’s not a question in my mind that Brady having a full season in the middle of his career where he was basically out the whole year prolonged his career.
    he'll be back, but probably not on the Steelers. If Rudolph shows real starter promise they can't just bench him; he'd demand a trade, which would leave them SOL long term when Ben really does call it quits. You have to keep the in bent if the in bent is good. Even Loyal Jerry Jones didn't give his prodigal son Romo back his job.

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    The injury that ruined Jake Delhomme

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    this nfl season got considerably more boring after just two weeks

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    this nfl season got considerably more boring after just two weeks
    season for sure. All the stars and good teams are injured and struggling. Pats looking like 2015-2017 Warriors out there

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    The injury that ruined Jake Delhomme
    Didn’t realize there was ever anything to ruin.

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    Didn’t realize there was ever anything to ruin.
    yeah, Delhomme was the Cousins of yesteryear.

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    yeah, Delhomme was the Cousins of yesteryear.
    I think Cousins wins a super bow with that 2008 Panthers team, it was loaded at every position other than QB.

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    I think Cousins wins a super bow with that 2008 Panthers team, it was loaded at every position other than QB.
    what about the year they played the Patriots?

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    what about the year they played the Patriots?
    That one is harder to tell but probably, the Patriots defense played like in the super bowl that year, Delhomme just wasn’t as ty then so it’s not clear if Cousins would have been much of an improvement. In 2008 Delhomme was really shorty and clearly lost his team games.

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    Didn’t realize there was ever anything to ruin.
    Better do your research homeboy

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    That one is harder to tell but probably, the Patriots defense played like in the super bowl that year, Delhomme just wasn’t as ty then so it’s not clear if Cousins would have been much of an improvement. In 2008 Delhomme was really shorty and clearly lost his team games.
    That was after his surgery playboy

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